Lose yourself in other worlds.
This week, SciFri Book Club discusses Alberto Yáñez’s short story ‘Burn the Ships,’ and how a story about the past can still be science fiction.
Join us in reading Andrea Hairston’s short story about the tension between technology and magic, and a discussion about Afrofuturist literature.
Nisi Shawl edits an exciting collection of science fiction and fantasy by people of color. We’ll read it later this fall.
Join us in exploring the far-out and the familiar with a new speculative fiction collection, edited by Nisi Shawl.
We are creating an online space catered to book clubbers. Join our new community to gather and discuss science books!
Kim Stanley Robinson, Andy Weir, and more share some of their favorites.
Three science fiction and fantasy writers share their thoughts on the risks and rewards of building “other worlds.”
Because everybody loves a good dystopia.
Learn how N.K. Jemisin used volcanology and seismology to write ‘The Fifth Season.’